Cait Flanders is the blogger behind Blonde on a Budget (now CaitFlanders.com). Cait started her blogging journey to document her debt repayment. She had $28,000 of consumer credit card debt and actually shares a little bit (or maybe a lot a bit) of her story with us. After paying off her debt, Cait adopted a minimalist lifestyle where she gave away 75% of her things and commenced a two year shopping ban which will be wrapping up this July. Learn all about it in this episode! Get at the Show Notes.
Jessica Nazarali is a business strategist and certified master coach for women who want to build thriving coaching businesses and become The It girl in their industry. She has done this with her own business in record time (in her second year in business she made $600k) and she helps her clients and audience members do the same. In this episode, I pick Jessica’s brain on what it takes to make that extra money, Jessica's secrets on the vital first steps you need to take to set up your own side hustle business, how to get those first paying customers or clients, and how to manage it all. Learn more here.
Ashley Feinstein Gerstley is the founder of The Fiscal Femme where she works as a money coach and demystifies the world of personal finance and money for her clients. She offers one-on-one coaching and online courses including, a 30 Day Money Cleanse, a Savvy Investor course and a Tackle Your Debt program. In this episode we dive in to the world of investing. Ashley teaches us how we can start investing now, today. She answers our big questions like is Investing risky? and how is investing like buying shoes? Get more deets
Courtney Sanders is a women’s empowerment coach over at ThinkandGrowChick.com. As a leading success coach and mentor to millennial women, she believes that no matter what you’ve been through or where you’re going you can make the most of your life and you can start right now. She is a ninja at goal setting and time management, and she guides women down the path to map out their goals within their career, their finances, their personal life and more. In this interview, Courtney tells us the story about her triumphs and failures in the journey to entrepreneurship, with many financial struggles along the way. She walks us through how to set goals for financial success and offers tips for time management, road maps for goal setting in bite sized chunks and shares an interesting perspective on why we fail to achieve our goals. Read more
In this episode (after I share my new bout with the Whole 30 and how I'm dreaming of donuts already) I'm walking us through the 5 Steps to get started down the financially fit path of life. (Get the FREE Download in the show notes!) Whether you're just graduating from college and embarking on a new exciting career, or you're ready to take the money bull by the horns and get your finances in order, here I'm offering a way (or maybe a challenge of sorts) to get started. Let's do this!